Stacking The Shelves: April 7

Stacking The Shelves is all about the books we are adding to our shelves each week, sharing with you our excitement for our newest titles and maybe have you discover a new book in the process!

I’ve really come to enjoy this weekly feature. You can see the books I’m buying or receiving, and then you share yours with me.

This week I received 2 books from Net Galley

The Sea of Tranquility by Katja Millay and I FLOVED it so much I preordered the paper back.

The Collector by Victoria Scott

From authors for review requests

Both books look really good, so that’s what I’ll be reading first this week.

I purchased these e-books


What books did you get this week?

Tamie Xo

6 thoughts on “Stacking The Shelves: April 7

  1. Christiana says:

    I read on my ipad using ibooks, kindle app and Overdrive which is for library borrowed ebooks. So typically, I have 3 books on the go at any one time and possibly a paperback. On my stack, there are freebies, usually from kindle egHB Heinzer’s Bent. On my library pile, I am re-reading Sara Fawkes Anything he wants in paperback because there’s a bonus chapter at the end and Courtney Milan’s Unveiled in ebook, and on ipad I have a 99cent buy, the Edge of Never. I have self diagnosed reader’s ADD and switch between books when things get boring. There are also some DNFs that I try to get back into eg This Man which has taken me forever but I’m still trying to get to the elusive exciting part! I carry my ipad around everywhere so I can sneak a couple of pages in while I’m waiting to pickup DD from school or waiting at the doctors.


  2. Back to You I loved it!


  3. I hope you like The Collector! Assuming you haven’t already read it. And The Sea of Tranquility! An NA novel! Unbroken is supposed to be another fabulous NA novel! I hope you enjoy all of that books! 🙂

    Here is my STS post!


  4. Book Swoon says:

    I just finished The Collector by Victoria Scott, and loved it. Happy reading.


  5. Lorinda says:

    I’ve bought Beautiful Disaster, Walking.Disaster by Jamie McGuire.


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